2424 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, TN | Directions 3722136.051395 -86.885288
Great Course! – Harpeth Hills is a great golf course! Here is a review that will actually be helpful and not mad cause someone could not get a tee time. Harpeth Hills is the top rated golf course in Metro Parks. Therefore, in order to get a tee time on a Thurs, Fri, Sat, or Sun it is best to call a week in advance. The slots fill up fast! (A lesson I had to learn...) The greens are nicely kept, and you get to see deer and wild turkey! Also, check out those consession girls.... they are hot!!!!
Editorial Review – Well-maintained Metro Parks golf course near Williamson County offers 18 holes over 6,880 yards. Also has a pro shop.
Under New Management – Fabulous golf course! Over the past few years, the management has strived to improove the staff performance. #1 problem is that they can't meet the demand for play. The course stays full and the fact that tee times are hard to get, must be a testament of course conditions and the friendly staff.
I have played a lot of courses, and I will be honest, Harpeth Hills is a great little course, however, I have stopped going there because of the staff. They treat you like crap. And it is not just one employee that does this, all of them do. Horrible place.
Decent Course, Terrible Staff !!! – I agree with the other reviews about the terrible staff at Harpeth Hills! While the course is generaly in good shape, the interaction with the staff is the worst I have EVER experienced. Most of the STAFF members usually come across as extremely RUDE and ARROGANT. They treat you as though they are running an exclusive members only club and they have cought you sneaking on to play.
Course: Great Staff: Horrid – Great course that is kept up very well, and is somewhat challenging. But the staff will make you want to never return. Very rude, bossy and pushy. Their starters are unbelievably rude, and demanding. Its a shame that a great course has to be ruined by an older staff who think that they run a private country club back in the 70's.
Chuck – Pissy civil servants running the pro shop detract from the Harpeth Hills experience. The course is long, difficult and well maintained. It is well planned, unlike many of today's courses carved from hillsides (see Through the Green Joelton, Pebble Brook and Country Hills). Get past the arrogance of the clubhouse and starter at Harepth and you will have a good round.
Harpeth Hills...Harder than you think. – Harpeth Hills isn't as easy as it looks. Some pin placements are extremely difficult and its a much easier course if you stay in the fairway. If you have a slice or a hook...you may want to practice before you play. They have a good practice range, and two practice greens. The people are friendly.
Starter is a hard case! – Yep..the course is pretty good...probably the best in town but you'll have to get past the starter and the other 200 older guys that set up the same tee time everyweek for the past 10 years! Good luck in trying to get on Saturday or Sunday.
This course is not in Brentwood – To the person who just presented that most informed editorial. Harpeth Hills Golf Course is not in Brentwood or Williamson County for that matter. And why would anybody want to live in Brentwood or pretend that they did? Harpeth Hills is a great course. McCabe is probably a better course. However, Harpeth Hills is one I can get too easily from my house and enjoy golf without the headaches that McCabe usually presents.
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